Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Making Connections

It should be obvious that anyone with a desire to earn extra income online needs a constant flow of prospective partners to share information with, in order to have even a remote chance of reaching their goal.

Even if you have free information to give away (as mentioned in an earlier post), you still need to have someone to give it to and the higher their interest level, the greater the odds are that you can meet on a common level.

Sure there are hoards of free advertising venues out there, but have you found many that have at least double digit success at making these connections? Well I have and it's also fun to use.

The information on the page I am inviting you to consider may sound like hype to some, but I assure you it's all true and you can prove it to yourself with no cost ever. That's right, there are no fees to join and no fees later on either. See for yourself by Clicking Here

See you on the inside!

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Where to Start?

A lot of newer Internet Money Makers spend way too much time just wandering around with no real sense of direction, so they delay getting to the point where the income they earn is enough to keep them excited about their success.

There is a way to get around that barrier to entry and do it for free!

Sign up for a free account with Resell Rights Weekly and start READING the topics that will help you learn what you need to advance. Very quickly, you will be able to put your new found knowledge into practice and can start sharing what you did with others, who are searching for the same reason you were.

That's the real path to the money online, Learn, Do and then Share!

So here is a plan to try:

Get a free blog (like this one) and start writing about your adventure. Don't copy anyone, just share what you learned by reading the free material you found interesting.

Read a few ebooks on getting traffic and apply them to your new Blog.

Don't plaster it with advertising and drive people away, but have at least one link somewhere that can further your agenda without pushing it. For instance, show them a way to find the help they seek, while it helps both of you.

Then Wash, Rinse and Repeat.

It's really that simple and it works.

See you at the BANK!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

WOW! This is still here?

OK, so I am not a real blogger or I would post more often!

I was doing a search for my name today and noticed it was one of the few results that are pushing the Ripoff Report some jerk did on me lower on the list. It is so obvious it's a troll that posted it that I shouldn't worry, but it still bothers me. Yes I tried finding ways to get it removed, but it's not worth $2,000 to me. I'm just going to work on pushing it off the first page.

Anyhow, things are still going well and I am still online every day. My latest craze is joining the let's build a list and make some money crowd and I have to admit, it's a lot of fun. I even created a few of my own Digital Information products and actually sold a few.

I will try to get back here more often, now that I have a good reason to do it.

See you online!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Build Your Own Splash Pages

I have gone back to surfing in the traffic exchanges lately and it blows me away how many people are using services (and some even PAYING for them), just to create cute little splash pages for their visitors. The truth is, you can do a pretty nice job with free tools you can download online and the information they contain is the SAME.

I use various free tools for the top, Arachnophilia 4.0 to do the copy and w3schools as a reference for any HTML commands I need. You can learn to do this by watching free tutorials on YouTube and save your money by providing your own service.

The big advantage of a splash page is you can educate your visitors a little and increase your chances of them taking action. If they type something wrong, I give them a list of splash pages to choose from. For an examples, look at

I host dozens of these small pages on my own hosting for $1 a month.

"A penny saved is a penny earned"

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Blogger Comments

I have been tempted to abandon this blog many times, but it's worth keeping around just for the times you want to comment on another blogspot or add yourself as a follower. So here I am again, cleaning out all the obsolete posts and making a few new ones to test my new service to get top listings in Google.

The basic idea is when I am surfing the net and come across a blogspot (Blogger blog owned by Google) I can make an intelligent comment to attract people back to my own blog. It's much simpler if my blog is a blogspot too, then I can have links to my other blogs if they get interested. Make sense?

See you online!

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Interesting Blog

While I surf other blogs, I always have my eye out for interesting content that can help anyone trying to promote their own blog. I found one just this morning if you might be interested, I thought he had several good ideas there.

How you can get easy traffic by linking to Brandon Connell

Friday, May 21, 2010

Anti-Malware 2010

I have heard from a few others that have seen this show up and decided to share my experience too. I was infected a few weeks ago and had to resort to reformatting my system and installing everything over again, a painful process as some of you know all too well.

It shows up as a warning message that you have Malware discovered on your computer and they need to do a scan, which of course scares the bejabbers out of you when they come up with loads of garbage showing your machine is completely taken over and the only way out is to send them money. DON'T DO IT!!

The truth is they will just continue to milk you and not fix a thing.
You can try to learn about it HERE, but I ended up reformatting.

After I got that Windows computer all cleaned up, I started using Ubuntu Linux (most recently Linux Mint) and have not had a problem since. Oh I still see the warning and scan screens, but since I am not on Windows they can't get in.

You can get a CD to run it without changing anything else, install it as a dual boot with Windows, or just put it on another computer like I did. It's real handy to have a second system at times anyway. Now anytime I do surfing duties online, I use the Linux computer to be safe. Don't fool yourself into thinking you can protect yourself with software, the bad guys are getting too aggressive for that.

I have played around with Linux for years, but this one is so simple anyone can use it.

See you online!